“What are they waiting for?
Granted, the number of small businesses with websites took a jump in the past two years, from 33 percent to 45 percent, a Discover study showed. How many more small businesses will join them this year? It’s unclear.
In the Discover study, 46 percent of respondents said it’s a myth that every company needs a website. And they’re right–companies that don’t want to be successful certainly shouldn’t spend the time and money to develop a company site. So every company doesn’t need one.
Yes, you can still be found in online phone directories and on Google maps and such, without a company site. But is that impressing prospects? Does your company have LinkedIn or Facebook page, without a company site to link to? I’m doubtful.” Read more…
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